OSHA 30 Training for General Industry

OSHA 30 Training for General Industry

OSHA 30 Training for General Industry

March 15 – 23, 2021


The NWFMC is hosting an OSHA Training for General Industry course. Sponsored by FloridaMakes, this training provides workers and employers on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces in general industry. This 30-hour class will be delivered by an OSHA-authorized trainer via Zoom over a seven-day period and is suited for supervisors or workers with some safety responsibility. Students who successfully complete the course will receive a class completion card from OSHA. Please contact Daniel Krug, Mary Nutial or Paull Miller with any questions. See course details below.

This virtual class has limited seats available, so please REGISTER
Cost: NWFMC members: $100 | Non-members: $250
Event link will be provided via email after registration.




The Sustainable Workplace Alliance

Instructor – Bill Bernhart

DAY 1:  March 15: 9a.m. – 3 p.m. (5 hours+)
Introduction to OSHA / Managing Safety & Health
Class Logistics. Not part of training time. (15 – 30 minutes)
Introduction to OSHA: 5 W’S of OSHA and rights/duties (2.5 hours)
Managing Safety and Health: Inspections and Safety programs (2.5 hours)

DAY 2: March 16: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (4 hours)
Walking Working Surfaces / Powered Platforms / Exit Routes / Emergency Action Plans / Fire Prevention &Protection
Walking-Working Surfaces + Powered Platforms (2 hours)
Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans, Fire Prevention Plans and Fire Protection (2 hours)

DAY 3: March 17: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (4 hours)
Electrical / PPE
Electrical (2 hours)
PPE (2 hours)

DAY 4: March 18: 9 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. (5 hours)
Material Handling & Storage  / Industrial Hygiene, Hazard  Communication
Materials Handling and Storage (2 hours)
Introduction to Industrial Hygeine (1 hours)
Hazard Communication (2 hours)

DAY 5: March 19: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (4 hours)
Hazardous Materials / Confined Spaces / Occupational Noise / Ergonomics
Hazardous Materials (1 hour)
Permit-Required Confined Spaces (1 hour)
Occupational Noise (1 hour)
Ergonomics (1 hour)

DAY 6: March 22: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. (4 hours)
Lockout-Tagout / Machine Guarding / Compressed Gas & Air/ Power Tools
Lockout/Tagout + Machine Guarding (3 hours)
Compressed Gas and Compressed Air Equipment + Hand and Portable-Powered Tools (1 hour)

DAY 7: March 23: 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. (4 hours+)
Welding Cutting & Brazing / First Aid / Bloodborne Pathogens / Office Safety / Workplace Violence
Welding, Cutting and Brazing (30 minutes)
Medical Services and First Aid + Bloodborne Pathogens (2.5 hours)
Office Safety (30 minutes)
Workplace Violence (30 minutes)
Final Exam and Wrap Up. Not part of training time. (30 minutes)

Paul Miller
NWFMC Program Manager
(315) 759-9254

Daniel Krug
FloridaMakes Business Advisor
(850) 612-5895

Mary Nutial
FloridaMakes Business Advisor
(850) 860-3790

Northwest Florida Manufacturers Council logo in blue and gradient black
FloridaMakes logo

Compliance: Export Licensing Demystified

Compliance with U.S. Export controls is critical to the export planning process. Export licenses both constrain and enable exports. Integrating compliance into sales and fulfillment operations can reduce uncertainty, improve customer service, reduce costs and avoid trouble down the line. Learn the basics of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and the international Traffic and Arms Regulations (ITAR) from two well-respected leaders in the Florida export community. If you need a primer or refresher, this webinar is for you!

Expert Presenter, Content Moderator: Kenneth R. Mouradian, Director Orlando U.S. Export Assistance Center, U.S. Department of Commerce

Expert Presenter: Dr. Ozkan Erdem, Chair of the National Association of the District Export Councils and Chair of the Central-North Florida DEC

Register here by January 13.

Tooling U Training

Online Training for a More Profitable Business

Through our partnership with FloridaMakes, NWFMC now offers a premier online training solution at discounted pricing, off-setting the cost of bringing high quality, customized, on-site training to manufacturers. More than 500 unique online classes provide a broad offering of manufacturing training topics. Plus, every online course has been reviewed and validated by industry experts.

The best discounts apply to members of NWFMC. Contact your Business Advisor, Daniel Krug at dkrug@uwf.edu, (850) 612-5895 or Mary Nutial at mnutial@uwf.edu, (850) 426-9145 for additional information on this online training program and the special pricing available to members.

FloridaMakes is an industry-led public-private partnership operated by participating Regional Manufacturer Associations throughout Florida. As part of the Manufacturing Extension Partnership network, FloridaMakes is the official representative of NIST MEP in the State of Florida. Register for training at Florida Makes.

Here are just a few of the training programs available: 

  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Assembly/Final Stage Processes
  • Composites Processing
  • Design & Engineering
  • Foundational
  • Leadership
  • Machining
  • Maintenance
  • Stamping/Forming/Fabricating
  • Welding


  • Abrasives
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Adhesives
  • CNC
  • CNC Controls: Fanuc
  • CNC Controls: Haas
  • CNC Controls: Mazak
  • Coatings
  • Composites
  • Design & Engineering
  • Electrical Systems
  • Fasteners
  • Hydraulics and Pneumatics
  • Inspection
  • Lean
  • Manual Machining
  • Materials
  • PLCs
  • PLC: Siemens
  • Press Brake
  • Quality
  • Rigging
  • Robotics
  • Safety
  • Shop Essentials (Applied Mathematics)
  • Soldering
  • Stamping
  • Supervisor Essentials
  • Welding
  • Workholding

AS9100 Internal Auditor Training

Schedule: Tuesday 14 Jan – Thursday 16 Jan 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Meet the training requirements for internal auditors for Management Systems through training in the principles and current interpretation of the requirements as related to AS9100D and the ISO 19011 audit guideline document. The course provides students with a uniform interpretation of the standard requirements related to auditing of Aerospace Management Systems, and the examination evaluates participants as potential auditors. Learn critical knowledge for your staff and management and qualify additional staff to conduct internal audits.

Who Should Attend? Current or future internal auditors of aerospace
management systems

Key Topics:

Understand the AS9100D requirements
Interpret the AS9100D requirements within an audit scenario
Identify nonconformities in an audit scenario
Understand terminology and definitions as they apply to the AS9100D auditing process
Identify the knowledge and skills associated with internal audits
Identify audit principles
Identify roles and responsibilities of the Internal Auditor